Mambourin is strategically located in Melbourne's Western Growth Corridor, which the Victorian Planning Authority forecasts in The West Growth Corridor Plan (2019) to accommodate a population of 377,000 or more and at least 164,000 jobs. The Town Centre is expected to deliver a carefully curated retail experience and is likely to include a full line supermarket, medical centre and food catering, potentially over two stages.
The broader Mambourin precinct is a 110 hectare master planned community, with around 1,200 homes, a community centre, exclusive residents leisure club and proposed private school. A future train station has also been proposed, an approximate two minute walk from the Town Centre.
Location IQ research (March 2021) indicates an approximate main trade area population of 42,850 in 2021, projected to increase to 90,200 by 2041. Main trade area retail spending is estimated at $529 million in 2021 and projected to increase to $2.26 billion by 2041, at a rate of 7.2% per annum (inflated dollars and excluding GST). The main trade area contains a high proportion of traditional families vs the Melbourne metro average, and the proportion of Australian born residents within the main trade area is also higher than the Melbourne metropolitan benchmark.
Mambourin Town Centre is now leasing.